Sway in 2014 was named by Thrillist.com as “One of the Nine Places that Define Atlanta Fried Chicken.”
Executive Chef Thomas McKeown’s menus combine the flavors of Southern kitchens, family cook outs and Sunday dinners with the freshest ingredients from local farms, dairies and purveyors.
Sway is famous for its fried chicken, homemade pimento cheese, Southern raised steaks, Appalachian fish and hot fresh biscuits served with tomato jam, as well as a seasonally changing menu of Southern delicacies.
For dessert, Sway offers Atlanta’s only nightly Pie Bar, an array of homemade seasonal pies made from traditional recipes.
I ate the Roasted Chicken Breast with butternut squash puree, wilted spinach & quinoa salad (this has medium chunks of bacon) honey chipotle glaze
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Access: Wheelchair access is no issue, there is a ramp leading to the front of hotel. Once in, you can roll straight in to the restaurant. You will need to put 2 tables together and sit in the middle of the 2, because they have the single leg stand tables. The bathroom door is very easy to access unassisted, fairly light.